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Thursday 24 July 2014

Springsteen album leaked by Amazon

Bruce Springsteen album tracks were released on Amazon

Bruce Springsteen's upcoming album has been leaked online after Amazon made the tracks available to download individually.

High Hopes is due to be released on January 14, but on December 28 each track was available to download as an MP3 from the website, according to Billboard.

Amazon has now put a stop to being able to download the tracks, but the album in full has already been made available through file-sharing websites by customers who bought the songs.

This is The Boss's 18th studio album, following his last release of Wrecking Ball in 2012.

His backing band, the E Street Band, were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in April, and two band members who have died since working on the album, Clarence Clemons and Danny Federici, will feature on tracks.

Also appearing on the album is Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello, who is on eight of the 12 tracks and sings on a new version of The Ghost Of Tom Joad.

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